Leave Extension Request Due to Flight Delay

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Leave Extension Request Due to Flight Delay

Dear Sir/Madam,

I want to request a day off due to a flight delay. I am traveling from (departure) to (arrival) and my flight is delayed for five hours and I will be late for today. I request you for one day’s leave extension. I will be grateful for your favor.

Sincerely Yours,

Your Name

Leave Extension Request Due to Flight Delay

Dear Sir/Madam,

I want to inform you that I am on annual vacation but due to some (mention the problem like weather conditions, technical faults), my return flight has been delayed for two days. Please accommodate me with two more days off. I am seeking your cooperation in this regard.

Sincerely Yours,

Your Name

Application for Extension of Leave Because Flight is Delayed

Dr. Mickey Mellen
Manager Marketing

Dear Dr. Mickey Mellen,
I am Sobia Yaseen, Assistant Manager of Operations, Gloria Jeans East London Branch. I am on leave for fifteen days to visit my homeland. Due to flight schedule changes, I may get late for four days. So I had to reach back on (Date), and Now according to a new schedule, I will reach back on (Date), and join my office on (Date).

Sincerely yours,
Your Name

Leave Extension Request Due to Flight Delay

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